Oct 10 2007Star Trek Casket And Urn, For Dead Dorks

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Eternal Image, a manufacturer of "brand name funerary products that celebrate the passions of life" is releasing a line of Star Trek inspired products. And if Star Trek isn't your thing there's a Precious Moments line. Monuments and vaults will be available next year, along with the casket, but the urn is dropping soon.

The new STAR TREK Urn will feature a bold design reminiscent of the 24th century styling of the United Federation of Planets and Starfleet. The STAR TREK Casket styling has been inspired by the popular “Photon Torpedo” design seen in STAR TREK II: The Wrath of Kahn.

Now I'm not saying that you won't get into heaven if you arrive in one of these, but I do happen to know that God thinks Star Trek fans are dorks. Star Wars fans are straight though.

Oh, and this guy has no chance whatsoever and will burn in hell for eternity.

Product Site [thanks to storm trooper Jay for the tip]

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Reader Comments

WOW FIRST! OMG I WANNA DIE AND BE PUT IN THAT NOW!

Second!!

Great job on getting first man. Congrats!

They look SO good! That is awesome!!
Especially the urn.. now your relatives can live in your cool glory even after your dead! =D!

And so begins the harvest of the boomers....

What lies in store for us at the twilight of our lives? Nirvana caskets? Urns inspired by Lost? This is depressing.

this is almost as good as the very first episode...YES! we have won again....

Another good way to rip off geeks and take the money they aren't spending on going out.

i want one...
specially after having my girlfriend rip my heart out...
although i don't think i can afford one right now...
i'll wait a couple of years to die or something...

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